118 S. 37th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Since 1891 the organization has promoted open minds and a working faith, through an ecumenical voice. We provide opportunities for students to develop solid workable values, particularly with regard to peace and social justice, necessary in building better communities that includes community and arts-in-education programs. We do not proselytize to a certain point of view but rather help individual people develop a greater responsibility to the world around them. As a separate 501(c)3 we receive no funding from Penn.
Community, Volunteerism & Philanthropy, Education – Higher Ed, Human Rights, Hunger & Poverty, Religion & Spiritual, Women